Banks have become an essential part of society and it’s no wonder many individuals choose to pursue their education and career in the banking sector. Banking courses are available for those who are interested in becoming a part of, or are already part of the banking and financial services industry.
Banking courses can be taken as an undergraduate degree with some institutions offering multiple banking specializations through one degree program. The most popular undergraduate banking degree offered is the BSc (Hons) Banking and Finance. This course will normally take three to four years of full time study to complete. Banking courses generally cover modules including finance, accounting, statistics, bank management and operations and banking law.
Those students looking to study a postgraduate degree can opt to study a Master’s degree in Banking, or choose a more specialised degree such as MA Banking and Financial Services. This degree type usually takes one to two years of full time study to complete.